Dual Pricing For Credit Based Products

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In this tutorial we will explore and configure the Dual Pricing settings in the FastCredit Pro Plugin. This tutorial aims to give you a step-by-step understanding of how the plugin interacts with credit and currency values in your WooCommerce store. Whether it’s your first time exploring the dual pricing or you’re looking to optimize your current setup, this guide has you covered. Let’s break it down!

Part 1: Understanding Default Product Listing

In this section, we’ll start by examining the default product listing as it appears to users who haven’t yet accrued any credits in their accounts.


  1. Navigate to your product listings: Visit the page where your WooCommerce products are displayed.
  2. Check the default currency: For users with zero credits or those not logged in, the product prices will be displayed in the currency amount (e.g., dollars).
  3. Options available: Users will see options to “Buy Credits” or “Add to Cart” in currency amounts.

Part 2: Switching to Credit Pricing

Now let’s explore how the FastCredit Pro Plugin switches the pricing display from currency to credits when a user has a credit balance.


  1. Update User Profile: Navigate to the user profile and manually add some credits to the user’s account.
  2. Refresh the Page: Once you update the credit balance, refresh your product listings.
  3. Observe the Change: The pricing should now switch to show the credit amount, and users can “Add to Cart” in credits.

Part 3: Enabling Dual Pricing

We’ll delve into how to enable the Dual Pricing feature, allowing prices to be displayed in both currency and credits.


  1. Navigate to Plugin Settings: Head over to FastCredit Pro settings within your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Enable Dual Pricing: Locate and activate the “Dual Pricing” option.
  3. Save and Refresh: Save your changes and refresh your product listings. You should now see both credit and currency prices displayed.
  4. Zero Balance Behavior: For users with a zero credit balance, they’ll have options to either buy credits or add the product to the cart in the currency amount.

Part 4: Working with Variable Products

Here, we’ll take a look at how dual pricing affects variable products that have variations based on both currency and credits.


  1. Select a Variable Product: Choose a product that has variations based on currency and credits.
  2. Check Variations: You’ll see the dual pricing option available, allowing customers to choose between currency or credit versions of the product.
  3. Cart Interaction: The product version that gets added to the cart will depend on the variation chosen by the user.

Part 5: The Credit-Only Store Option

Lastly, we’ll discuss how selecting the “Credit Only Store” option will affect dual pricing.


  1. Navigate to Plugin Settings: Return to FastCredit Pro settings.
  2. Enable Credit-Only Store: Activate this setting if you want your store to exclusively sell products for credits.
  3. Check Product Listings: After enabling this setting, the “Dual Pricing” option will be automatically disabled, and all products will display prices in credits only.


And there you have it—a complete guide to mastering the Dual Pricing settings in the FastCredit Pro Plugin. By now, you should be well-equipped to optimize your WooCommerce store for a seamless currency and credit experience.

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